DEADLINE FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO MAKE DOCUMENT AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION
by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 6, 2011) — Dr. and Atty. Orly Taitz, whose lawsuit Taitz v. Astrue alleges that Barack Hussein Obama is using a stolen social security number, will be at the Hawaii Department of Health on Monday, August 8, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. local time to inspect the document which the Health Department allegedly has on file for Obama.
The Post & Email published an exclusive report regarding the serving of the subpoena from the U.S. District Court in Honolulu on July 5, 2011.
Taitz will have two document/graphics analysts with her on August 8, Mr. Paul Irey and Mr. Douglas Vogt, the latter of whom has filed a criminal complaint with the FBI in both Honolulu and Washington, DC, claiming that the image presented to the public as a certified copy of Obama’s birth certificate on April 27, 2011 is a forgery. Other specialists in the fields of Adobe Illustrator, typesetting, software engineering, scanning, software entrepreneurship and private investigation have stated that the image is a forgery. The Post & Email interviewed one of the analysts here and here. Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of Where’s the Birth Certificate?,stated in a recent interview that it is a “bad forgery.”
Members of the public were told that Loretta Fuddy, Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, had “left the island” several weeks ago, although The Post & Email was informed by a resident of Oahu that she was in her office both last week and the preceding week. We have sent a UIPA request for her public schedule to both the Health Department and the Office of Information Practices, whose job it is to enforce the UIPA, or open records, law, but have received no response as of yet. The office of Hawaii Assistant Attorney General Jill T. Nagamine did not return a call placed on July 19, 2011 regarding whether or not her office would respond to the court-issued subpoena.
When Taitz tried to contact Nagamine, she was told that there “were no attorneys” in the office of the Attorney General. Prior to that, Dr. Alvin Onaka, Registrar at the Hawaii Department of Health, refused to comply with Taitz’s subpoenas issued by her as an attorney, claiming that Obama was entitled to “privacy” (page 2).
Taitz is seeking access to Obama’s original birth certificate because of the alleged stolen social security number he is using. She told The Post & Email that if a person does not possess a valid U.S. birth certificate, he or she often resorts to using a stolen social security number to build an identity. At least two private investigators have stated that the number Obama is using was issued to a person born in 1890 who applied for the number in the state of Connecticut.
In 2009, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, then-Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, stated that she had “seen the original vital records maintained on file by the Hawaii State Department of Health verifying Barack Hussein Obama was born in Hawaii and is a natural-born American citizen.” It is unknown why Fukino was allowed to release the statement regarding Obama’s purported “records” if state law precludes such release due to “privacy.”
Fukino also told MSNBC more recently that Obama’s original birth record was “half-typed and half-handwritten,” and the image released on April 27 is not.
If the Health Department has Obama’s original birth record and it is identical to that which he released in April, what is the reason for the delay in their making it available for inspection? Why would Onaka have invoked the “privacy” defense?
If the Health Department has no records on Obama, how many current and former government employees are involved in a criminal conspiracy to defraud the public?
Should the Health Department possess a document which is different from the April 27 White House release, what will that mean for Hawaii state employees, Obama, the White House press secretary and communications director, and the U.S. Congress, which has stood behind Obama despite evidence of many crimes having been committed?
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